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aloha and Welcome to Daisy Dukes Flower Farm located in Papaaloa, Hawaii on the Big Island. our farm is home to a menagerie of animals as well as lots of flowers and fruit trees. Owner, Christian ingalls is a farmer florists who designs for weddings, events and special occasions. To inquire about booking our floral services for a wedding or event, please fill in the contact form below. we love to grow flowers and share them with the world! scroll below to learn more about who we are and where you can find our Blooms...
WHOLESALE FOR FLORISTS AND DESIGNERS
If you are a florist or designer on the Big Island or neighboring islands and you are interested in purchasing our flowers wholesale, please inquire directly below.
BUY OUR BLOOMS
Looking to order flowers directly from our farm to you? Click on "STORE" above. Looking for something special? DM us through our Instagram account @daisydukessflowerfarm or email us below to inquire with your budget and wish list.
ON FARM EVENTS
We are excited for our on-farm events this season! We are offering U-picks on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings as well as monthly workshops! Reserve your spot above. We will also be offering Bloom Bars on Friday evenings. Details for Bloom Bars will be listed soon.
Daisy Dukes is a full-service Flower Farm that provides both our farm for events and weddings as well as flowers for events and weddings throughout the Hawaiian Islands. We love to design and create whatever it is that you are looking for. We utilize blooms from our farm, source local tropical flowers as well as bring in special blooms upon request.
FRESH FROM THE FARM
Just some of our flowers for you to enjoy!
Hi, my name is Christian Ingalls and I am the founder of Daisy Dukes Flower Farm! For years we have explored growing and raising all kinds of living things here on our farm. Little did we know that flowers would be such an amazing adventure. The best part is that we get to share them with you. We strive to grow our flowers organically, from seed or tuber. We also save our own seeds when possible and locally source our compost from a mushroom farm located just down the road.
A few years back our farm was featured in the Hawaii Tribune Herald. You can read that article here.
Have questions, or want to know more? We may be out harvesting flowers, but we promise to get back to you asap.
Ask away...xo, Christian